Urban Cabin / Francesca Perani Enterprise

first_imgArchDaily Year:  Projects Lead Architects: Photographs DueMMe Manufacturers: Flos, Hatria, IB RUBINETTERIE, Ikea, 41Z42 CopyHouses, Restoration, Houses Interiors•Albino, Italy Francesca Perani Photographs:  Francesca Perani Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Urban Cabin / Francesca Perani Enterprise Italy ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/934449/urban-cabin-francesca-perani-enterprise Clipboard 2019 “COPY” Urban Cabin / Francesca Perani EnterpriseSave this projectSaveUrban Cabin / Francesca Perani Enterprise Lighting: Area:  25 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: Francesca Perani Enterprise Area Area of this architecture project Design Team:Ilenia PerlottiIntern:Ilaria OdoliClients:privateStyling:Chiara BiroliniEngineer:Roberto BelottiHeat Engineer:Progterm, Luca NorisBuilder:Gherardi GiuseppeMetal Shadings:Valoti GiovanniDecorator:Diego ArmelliniCutout Illustration:cutoutmixCity:AlbinoCountry:ItalyMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Francesca PeraniText description provided by the architects. Situated at the centre of the town of Albino in Valle Seriana, the micro-apartment of just 25 sqm has been designed for a local couple, of Italian and Persian origin. It consists of the complete restoration of an open porch, once used as a storage area, contiguous to a private garden.Save this picture!© Francesca PeraniFrancesca Perani’s attitude towards design is ironic and playful, de-dramatising architecture with forced use of poor but strongly characterised materials, bold colours and a deliberate use of diagonal lines. With the intent of extending seasonal uses and allowing new ones, the cabin was conceived to give a sense of quiet and intimacy at one with the surrounding nature, as well as to provide privacy from the high-density urban location.Save this picture!© Francesca PeraniA minimal and multifunctional lodge set at ground level, which summarises functionality and stylistic resourcefulness of living space; a roof garden as an extra outdoor area. The restored building represents an extension of a modern villa built in 1968 by Architect Armen Manoukian and renovated by Francesca Perani in 2008. With this new intervention, the external shape has been kept unaltered, prioritising great openings and an “earth” façade colour; a second skin, a new stately and playful shading characterises the whole restoration.Save this picture!PlanA perforated metal grid folds freely in front of the south façade and defines a triangular exclusive garden: an openly declared reference to ancient Persian arches and sun shadings here adopted also as a functional response to the need for privacy.Save this picture!Section AA / Section BBThe limited dimensions and extreme narrowness of the existing building suggested a full custom designed interior, where flexibility and multi-usage became key factors. The interior design is composed of two monochromatic areas in open contrast. Warm OSB (Oriented Strand Board) defines the living room (19sqm) as a unique texturized surface, with the joyous intrusion of recycled 1960s handles and printed marble gres used in the kitchen area.Save this picture!© Francesca PeraniA dramatic blue glossy resin, reminiscent of Persian indigo, covers all of the bathroom faces, where bright white fitting and fixtures arise. The shower gains character from the existing wall and takes advantage of the private garden outdoor space set in front of the French door.Save this picture!© Francesca PeraniDiagonal lines define the design of the kitchen top and suspended window frames assuring a dynamic corridor where the twin wooden alcoves facilitate a frontal conversation. Low-cost materials, attention to thermal insulation, flexibility and privacy are the key elements of this project, where bold, contemporary architecture and Iranian culture blend creating a reassuring feeling of intimacy and warmth.Save this picture!© Francesca PeraniProject gallerySee allShow lessA Room For Tomorrow Prototype / ciguëSelected ProjectsScandinavian Sauna / Native NarrativeSelected Projects Share Due Effe Illuminazione Save this picture!© Francesca Perani+ 56Curated by Paula Pintos Share Carpenter: “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/934449/urban-cabin-francesca-perani-enterprise Clipboard CopyAbout this officeFrancesca Perani EnterpriseOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRestorationInterior DesignResidential InteriorsHouse InteriorsOn FacebookAlbinoItalyPublished on February 27, 2020Cite: “Urban Cabin / Francesca Perani Enterprise” 27 Feb 2020. 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